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Record Creation: Entered on 15 June 2017.

 

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Exterior Photos (2)

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2017-06-15
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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

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2017-06-15 21:00:44 | pauls writes:

Some history of this car on this site:
www.007museum.com/EType.pdf

Golden Sand Series 1 4.2 FHC Chassis number 1E 21467
This E- Type was manufactured on the 19th December 1966 and shipped to the Jaguar distributor Sagers in Bulawayo, Rhodesia
for delivery to a Mr J F W Steers of Lusaka, Zambia It left the factory as a Cream car with Light Blue interior. I have been to Zambia in 2007 and I can tell you that the roads, even in 2007, were not ideally suited to an E-Type. So what happened to the car from then ? I don't know, but can only assume that some one either migrating from Zambia, Rhodesia or from South Africa brought the car to Australia as a personal import.
It first appeared on the Australian landscape in approx 1984 when purchased by Ken Parsons of St Albans. Ken remembers buying
the car off some guy in Wahroonga
but didn't receive any log books or history with the E-Type. It had been painted Dark Blue by this time. Ken ran the car in a few Hill Climbs and Supersprints before selling the car to Les and Roselee Johnson in approx 1987.
Ken couldn't give me specific dates and the above was the best he could remember. I know that Les purchased the car for his lovely wife
Roselee so from now on we will refer to this E-Type as Roselee's!
Roselee used this car for a few years before sending the E-Type
to Steve Sulis at Classic Autocraft for a complete restoration.
Roselee's colour of choice for this body off restoration was Golden Sand with a light tan interior. I'm not sure exactly how long the restoration took (and neither
is Les) but it was completed in time to enter and win the TSCC Pride of Ownership day in 1997.
A feat it did again in 1998! Fast forward to 2005 and having just sold my 3.8 FHC, I was very much in the market for an outstanding Series 1 4.2 FHC. Enter Roselee's
beautiful car ! I initally started talking to Les about whether he was interested in selling the E-Type and he basically said it wasn't his but I could talk to Roselee. And talk to Roselee I did, on and off for just on two years. At one stage Roselee
was interested in the new Mazda MX5 and if she had one of those then and only then would she consider parting with the E-Type.

2017-06-15 21:51:04 | pauls writes:

Some history of this car on this site:
www.007museum.com/EType.pdf

Golden Sand Series 1 4.2 FHC Chassis number 1E 21467
This E- Type was manufactured on the 19th December 1966 and shipped to the Jaguar distributor Sagers in Bulawayo, Rhodesia
for delivery to a Mr J F W Steers of Lusaka, Zambia It left the factory as a Cream car with Light Blue interior. I have been to Zambia in 2007 and I can tell you that the roads, even in 2007, were not ideally suited to an E-Type. So what happened to the car from then ? I don't know, but can only assume that some one either migrating from Zambia, Rhodesia or from South Africa brought the car to Australia as a personal import.
It first appeared on the Australian landscape in approx 1984 when purchased by Ken Parsons of St Albans. Ken remembers buying
the car off some guy in Wahroonga
but didn't receive any log books or history with the E-Type. It had been painted Dark Blue by this time. Ken ran the car in a few Hill Climbs and Supersprints before selling the car to Les and Roselee Johnson in approx 1987.
Ken couldn't give me specific dates and the above was the best he could remember. I know that Les purchased the car for his lovely wife
Roselee so from now on we will refer to this E-Type as Roselee's!
Roselee used this car for a few years before sending the E-Type
to Steve Sulis at Classic Autocraft for a complete restoration.
Roselee's colour of choice for this body off restoration was Golden Sand with a light tan interior. I'm not sure exactly how long the restoration took (and neither
is Les) but it was completed in time to enter and win the TSCC Pride of Ownership day in 1997.
A feat it did again in 1998! Fast forward to 2005 and having just sold my 3.8 FHC, I was very much in the market for an outstanding Series 1 4.2 FHC. Enter Roselee's
beautiful car ! I initally started talking to Les about whether he was interested in selling the E-Type and he basically said it wasn't his but I could talk to Roselee. And talk to Roselee I did, on and off for just on two years. At one stage Roselee
was interested in the new Mazda MX5 and if she had one of those then and only then would she consider parting with the E-Type.

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